She is a wife and mother of two living in Los Angeles, California and is the Co-Founder of FOADAC – The Foundation for Orphaned, Abandoned and Disabled African Children. Judith dedicates herself to and shows commitment towards any cause that she places value on. She has held several leadership positions in student/cultural associations, alumni to local and community groups. As a philanthropist, she volunteers to and supports several charitable organizations including Revlon walk for women’s cancers, AIDS Awareness, Project Africa Global, Friends of Africa Medical group, Cure and Defeat autism Now, Autism Speaks, Bone Marrow and Lymphocytes Donor drives etc. As vice president of the Cameroon Women’s group she has exhibited exceptional leadership and led a number of initiatives to support the under-privileged in society, including meeting the needs of children. In her free time she carries out projects or produce events to help support the orphans of Africa. As a registered nurse she is poised to bring much needed health care to the orphans atFOADAC.